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here i cut the acme rod to length 3/4-6 using a bandsaw makes it easynow chuck it up to the lathe to machine the .625 diameter, to accommodate the .625 bushing on both side. then the main acme nut base carrier is a 2 pcs metal that will house t...
here im using the same tried method of laying out your layout. after laying out my desired size i go back to the mill and start machining all the part then i pare up a set of blocks to be drilled and tap then i drill the other ha...
after machining the rail its time to install in the bench i use 5/16 counter sink screw to secure the the rail to the woodand i drill the wood 1/4 size and tap it for the same thread.having a drill press makes drill easy and helper more pics o...